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Spring 2012 Collection is almost here

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Amethyst and black onyx opulence

We will be launching our spring 2012 collection at our launch party on Friday the 16th of March 2012, an event which will be raising funds for the charity Great Ormand Street hospital.  I will be donating 20 percent of all sales from the event to the charity.  To raise additional funds for the charity I will also be donating a complimentary £15 gift voucher to be raffled and distributed during the event.

I haven’t yet finished the Spring 2012 collection but it is slowly taking shape now in the lead up to our launch party.  The collection comprises of three main sets as follows:

  • South Pacific collection
  • Princess collection
  • Carousel collection

The South Pacific collection is what you would call our flag ship collection. It features natural components, sourced from the Pacific, New Zealand, Tonga, and Brazil. Paua shells/abalone and mother of pearl are prominent along with shells and shell pearl, genuine freshwater and baroque pearls. The South Pacific collection includes plant beads including jobs tear (coix seeds) beads, cowry shell halves, acai beads, black and natural cocoa wood beads, small sea shells including sea snails, Tagua nut potato chips, and Black Labradorite and Haematite.

The princess collection features semi-precious gemstones. These exquisite pieces will have you sitting pretty in pink rose quartz, purple amethyst. You will glisten with black onyx and smoky quartz.  This collection provides luxurious pieces when you just want to treat yourself!

The carousel collection provides an affordable range of jewellery.  These pieces are limited one of a kind pieces, incorporating upcycled vintage components, and ceramic, acrylic and plastic faux crystal beads as well as swarovski beads and cloisonne beads.

To see the growing collection, as I add the photos, please visit our flickr page by clicking <here> or alternatively our facebook page by clicking <here>.

 

 


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